|Creator:||Tsentalne Predstavnytstvo Ukrainskoi Emigratsii v Nimechchyni.|
|Abstract:||Records (1945-1960) of the Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigrants in Germany include petitions requesting admittance to the United States. Correspondents include officers of the organization, M. Dorozhynsky, A. Melnyk, Z. Pelensky. Many relief organizations are represented in the collection, including the Central Ukrainian Relief Bureau (London), International Refugee Organization, United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, United Nations Relief and Rehavilitation Administration, Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Ukrainian Free Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S.A. (Ukrainska Vilna Akademiia Nauk), International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva), and Ukrainian Orthodox Church of U.S.A.|
|Quantity:||6 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian, German, Russian, and English.|
The Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigration in Germany (Tsentalne Predstavnytstvo Ukrainskoi Emigratsii v Nimechchyni) is a civic institution in the Federal Republic of Germany, elected at the first convention of Ukrainian immigrants in Germany and Austria in 1945. Its purposewas to represent and intercede on behalf of Ukrainians with the occupying powers and later with the German government, and to cooperate with foreign charitable organizations, both Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian. At first, the organization represented all Ukrainians and until 1950 was based in Augsburg; it then moved to Munich. The occupation forces did not recognize the Representation, execept in the British and French zones, but its existence was tolerated. Since completion of resettlement, there have been nine general sessions and six general conventions of Ukrainians in West Germany.
The Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigrants in Germany (CRUEG) collection is available for public research.
The Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigrants in Germany (CRUEG) collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Reseach Center, University of Minnesota.
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The Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigrants in Germany (CRUEG) Records, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainians--West Germany--Societies, etc.|
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